42 thoughts on “Fuzzy and Free

    1. Hi, I really like the wild crocus with all the fuzz to keep them warm and they just feel more like spring than the cultivated crocus. Hope you are having a great day and wishing you a great week ahead.

  1. Colorado has some of the most beautiful wildflowers. I look forward to seeing more of them through your lens! This Pasque flower (Pulsatilla patens) is so well captured – such delicate beauty. It has a fur coat for those cold nights, brisk winds & blinding sun. 🙂

    1. Hi Eliza and thanks for the botany lesson. I spent more time learning about animals than plants along the way and really like when I get a lesson. These guys do pop right up after the snow melts and make the best use of tier fur coats. Hope you are having a great evening.

  2. We have the pasque, too, and we also call it crocus here. It is the first flower to greet us each spring. Your lighting is as delicate as the flower, but somehow you have captured an inner glow in the blossom and stem. Really beautiful.

    1. Thanks Dave, hope you get to see these flowers soon. It was one of those occasions where you just notice how the light seems to be hitting one flower just in a special way. Hope your day has been well and wishing you a great week ahead.

    1. Thanks Steven, yes well said and the give it a chance part is what we humans need to focus on these days. Hope your day is gong great and thanks for the feedback. Much appreciated.

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